wolfSSL is a lightweight TLS/SSL library that is targeted for embedded devices and systems. It has support for the TLS 1.3 protocol, which is a secure protocol for transporting data between devices and across the Internet. In addition, wolfSSL uses the wolfCrypt encryption library to handle its data encryption.
Because there is a FIPS 140-2 validated version of wolfCrypt, this means that wolfSSL not only has support for the most current version of TLS, but it also has the encryption backbone to support your FIPS 140-2 needs if required.
Some key benefits of combining TLS 1.3 with FIPS validated software include:
- Software becomes marketable to federal agencies - without FIPS, a federal agency is not able to use cryptographic-based software
- Single round trip
- 0-RTT (a mode that enable zero round trip time)
- After Server Hello, all handshake messages are encrypted.
And much more! For more information regarding the benefits of using TLS 1.3 or using the FIPS validated version of wolfCrypt, check out wolfSSL's TLS 1.3 Protocol Support and our wolfCrypt FIPS page.
FIPS 140-2 is a government validation that certifies that an encryption module has successfully passed rigorous testing and meets high encryption standards as specified by NIST. For more information or details on FIPS 140-2, it may be helpful to view this Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FIPS_140-2
For more details about wolfSSL, TLS 1.3, or if you have any other general inquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about FIPS, check out the NIST FIPS publications or contact email@example.com